Tili, the innovative home move assistant from Spark Group, has won a DADI award for digital excellence. Tili fended off tough competition from global brands such as Coca-Cola, Lynx and Peugeot to be voted Best Consumer Product or Service – Website or App.
The DADIs (The Drum Awards for the Digital Industries) are open internationally to all agencies and brands who are producing exciting and innovative digital work. Entrants must demonstrate a commitment to digital excellence, alongside a proven track record in delivering results.
Tili is a free service that’s designed to take the hassle out of moving. It lets home movers set up their utilities, TV, phone and broadband – and confirm their details with the council and water company – in just three minutes and 10 taps. It also helps them find local services such as gyms and removal companies.
Tili is also working with lettings and estate agencies to enhance their service offering. By partnering with Tili, property professionals can make their customers’ lives easier while increasing their own revenue streams. This could ease some of the pressures brought about by the tenant fees ban and GDPR.
Spark group, the company behind Tili, is no stranger to the property industry. They specialise in providing multi-utility services to lettings and estate agents across the country.
The DADI award comes just months after Tili’s launch, and the Tili team are delighted to have received it. Director Marco Ferrara said: “I’m particularly pleased to receive this award because providing a better customer experience is the very reason Tili came about. Consumers are savvier and more demanding with each passing day, and technology is the key enabler of this trend. Even in 2018, consumers still find moving home hugely stressful. But that’s changing quickly thanks to intuitive, digital-first tools like Tili. I genuinely believe in five years’ time we’ll look back and wonder how anyone managed to move homes without a service like Tili to help.”
Representing Tili at the awards was Glasgow-based digital agency Equator, who have worked closely with Spark Group to make the product a success.